Kubernetes makes it easy to spin up containers at will. In addition, it is relatively easy to query Kubernetes itself (using kubectl) to find out
Kubernetes lets you mount secrets as a file inside your pod. By default, this file name will be the same as the secret. However, a
The Azure Key Vault Provider for Secrets Store CSI Driver allows code running on pods in AKS to pull secrets from an Azure Key Vault.
Dapr now has an official AKS extension with support for native Dapr configuration through command-line arguments via the Azure CLI. The existing docs only show
My GitHub repo shows you how to write & deploy an Arc-enabled Logic App to an Arc-enabled Kubernetes cluster. An Arc-enabled Kubernetes cluster is any Cloud
I was trying to deploy an Arc-enabled Logic App from both my local machine & from an Azure DevOps build agent. Arc-enabled Logic Apps allow
I needed to map a custom sub-path in Kubernetes to a backend service I was running in Azure Kubernetes Service. I wanted something like this: